Castle Hill

Best avoided on Brighton & Hove Albion match days!

A short circular walk (with the option to extend) offering magnificent 360 degree views across steeply folded landscape. Castle Hill is a National Nature Reserve within the South Downs National Park.

* Stunning scenery

* Conveniently located for Brighton

* Ideal destination for a picnic

* Chalk paths remain relatively mud-free, year-round

* Great place to fly a kite

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KEY INFO:

ADMISSION:

FREE!!

SUITABLE FOR

LOCATION:

Left of Falmer Road as you enter Woodingdean from the north. Nearest postcode BN2 6NT

PARKING:

Free parking

AMENITIES:

DISTANCE:

Choose from 3.7 km or 5.8 km circular routes.

OPEN:

All day, every day

Walking over the rolling chalk grassland of the South Downs, the terrain is steep in places (particularly on the longer route) but remains relatively mud-free year round. The route passes through access land and is therefore not suitable for cyclists.

 

Dogs are welcome here, but must be kept on a lead around grazing livestock. There are two stiles on the longer route, both with dog gates. 

Please note the car park is fairly small. Alternative on-street parking can be found a short distance away in Bexhill Road.

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